Following his career in both Danish and international politics, Bjarne Corydon is now leading the McKinsey Center for Government; a position in which he aids governments worldwide in navigating the complexity defining the world of tomorrow. Increased globalisation, technological innovations, and social changes put pressure on public institutions, which are forced to adjust in order to avoid becoming obsolete. During his time as Minister of Finance, Corydon has had the privilege to influence the public sector by devising strategies for economic recovery and governance through the utilisation of a variety of economic tools. In both positions, Bjarne Corydon has initiated effective and sustainable answers to challenges currently facing public institutions, and he continues to play a key role in driving the evolution of governments.
McKinsey Center for Government is a hub within McKinsey & Company focusing on assisting governments worldwide. In doing so, McKinsey Center for Government seeks to enhance public institutions’ productivity and performance during times of change. Through comprehensive analyses conducted by specialists, McKinsey Center for Government provides government leaders with extensive insights, connections, and innovative approaches to prepare them to accommodate the challenges of tomorrow.